Val Cochran is talking about the Boo Bus.
"I was on the bus on the first run at 5:45 this morning and the passengers were almost scared to get on," Val Cochran said. "We put the bus on all different routes around town so possibly the entire community could experience a new memory here in Lubbock."
Citibus partnered with Spirit Halloween stores to decorate the inside of the Boo bus.
"I'm a big kid at heart," Wilson said. "I'm probably loving it more than the kids are, but it's a good idea."
Chris Wilson said he and his family ride citibus everyday.
He said he is really enjoying the extra fun that was added to his daily commute.
"People get to dress up, wear make-up, have fun, eat candy," Wilson said. "You know you meet people, so it's a good idea for the city to do this." Wilson said.
Citibus gave riders a big surprise today and it wasn't just the decorations and candy. To celebrate Halloween all rides on the Boo bus were free.
"I wish they would do that everyday to be honest with you," Wilson said.
Cochran said just because riders are not paying does not mean the ride is totally free.
"We're always open to partnering with different groups and organizations that can help pay for fuel to help cover the cost of it," Cochran said.
Cochran said the idea was to get people who normally wouldn't ride the bus a chance to try it.
She said the day was so successful that they may just do it again.
"We asked them, 'Should we do this again?' and they said this is so much fun to ride a bus with a different experience than the regular hum drum, so everyone really got into it was really fun," Cochran said.